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The Rockville Centre Board of Education and administration came together on Thursday, April 2, for a different type of public work session: a virtual videoconference, live streamed to the public. more
A staff member at South Side High School in Rockville Centre self-reported a positive case of COVID-19, district officials reported Friday. Students and staff are advised to remain in precautionary isolation until March 25. more
School is out across the state through April 1, according to an executive order signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo Monday night.  At that time, state officials will consider whether to extend the … more
As the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, spreads across Long Island, Northwell Health’s Dr. David Rosenthal, an allergist and clinical immunologist, sat down this week for a nine-minute … more
All Nassau County schools will be closed for two weeks as of Monday, by order of Nassau County Executive Laura Curran. Curran made the announcement Sunday morning as health and school officials … more
Hofstra University has canceled in-person classes "out of an abundance of caution" for the upcoming week after a student reported to the school's health center Sunday with "flu-like" symptoms. The … more
A second budget presentation was given at the Rockville Centre Board of Education meeting on Feb. 25, where the district provided numbers for the proposed 2020-2021 school budget for the first time. This was the second of five budget work sessions that will take place prior to the preliminary budget hearing on April 21. more
The Rockville Centre Board of Education unanimously approved a five-year contract for the district’s next superintendent, June Chang, at the Feb. 25 business meeting. Chang will begin working in the district on July 1, upon the retirement of Dr. William Johnson. His salary for the 2020-21 school year is $290,000. more
Though summer is both far gone and a long way off, the summer programs in the Rockville Centre School District were a topic of discussion at the Dec. 11 Board of Education meeting. Trustees were updated on last summer’s program on the same day that this year’s dates were finalized. more
After an eight-month search, Molloy College has found a new president. At the end of this school year, Dr. James Lentini, senior vice president for academic affairs and Provost at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich., will take on the position, becoming the college’s seventh president, effective July 1, 2020. more
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